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Old 29 June 2017, 16:26   #225
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Originally Posted by OlafSch View Post
regarding MMU that is exactly the problem. How devs admitted themselves it would slow down the core and for users it makes zero difference. It is only useful to use certain debug tools when you are a developer.
For users to embrace the Vampire, we need many developers or there will be no new awesome software made for it, so that means it is necessary to cater to those developers in any way possible. Even though an MMU does not directly help end users, it will indirectly benefit all users since it is a great tool for debugging. For WHDLoad+MMU, it simply means that the system will be more capable of catching invalid memory accesses before they cause problems with the system, thus a bug should be much less likely to take down the entire system when it crashes.
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